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  1. NE Ford
    01-30-2013 05:56 PM - permalink
    NE Ford
    Hey Otto,

    I've read all your articles and posts on exhaust and the flow though style makes complete sense. I have the Gotts mod with a K&N drop in filter and was thinking about bumping my exhuast up to a 3". I love the low sound of the Dynomax bullet but I do mainly highway driving and want as little drone as possible. What do you recommend, I'm not opposed to switching brands.

    Thanks,

    CP
  2. Yzerdak
    10-26-2012 01:15 PM - permalink
    Yzerdak
    Otto,
    How are your lights from Jon_To holding up? I am thinking of ordering them and wanted to know if you had any issues? Ppl complaining of flood? Flashers?
  3. 04black150
    08-02-2012 12:50 PM - permalink
    04black150
    Otto im back lol. I was reading a thread about re-gearing because im wondering if I need to put new gears in. I'm only running 33's on non stock 20s and occasionally haul a trailer that weighs 8k. I'm going to go look later today but if I'm running 3:73's will i be alright or would it be better if I put 4:56's in? Also one guy had said he put 4:10s in, is their a difference between 4:56's and 4:10's?
  4. 04black150
    06-06-2012 09:37 PM - permalink
    04black150
    got a ? for you man. I've heard a lot about you saying how oiled filters arent as good as dry. I've had a K&N CAI for about a year. I want to clean my MAF sensor and I was wondering what kind of cleaner i should use for it and what kind of cloth. Also, do k&n make dry filters for the CAI?...thanks
  5. Sinnned18
    03-24-2012 08:50 PM - permalink
    Sinnned18
    Do you think an OBX header/Cat system with a Dynatech Split-Flow Race muffler will be a good exhaust setup? or what would you recommend

  6. crock351w
    02-19-2012 08:48 PM - permalink
    crock351w
    hi do you have any tips on getting better mpg on 88 f150 4x4 351w
  7. fx2owner
    11-15-2011 06:47 PM - permalink
    fx2owner
    another question...my buddy wants to trade me my HID kit with relay for a flowmaster original 40 SIDO that he says he had the chamber taken out and 2 camaro rectangle black exhaust tips .... #1 is this a good deal and #2 what would a flowmaster 40 sound like with no chambers... will it be quieter or louder... ?
  8. TJ_04F150
    05-22-2011 03:37 PM - permalink
    TJ_04F150
    Do you know of any problems w the rotors on 2004s? I've just put my 3rd set on in 3 years. Road smooth for about 30 mins and then started to shimmy again when I hit the breaks. Idk wth is up these things.
  9. Poorasslawstudent
    04-12-2011 08:52 PM - permalink
    Poorasslawstudent
    hey otto I was hoping to ask you a question. I was never able to pull out my mass air flow sensor, so i just looked at it while it was inside the top of the air filter housing and there were no wires? it was just a small box like a mini credit card but thicker. It was silver and I could see that a computer chip was inside any ideas of whether this can or should be cleaned?

    2. how do you get around with the o2 sensors if you want to remove the rear cats?

    many thanks

    Rory
  10. joonuge
    03-27-2011 09:45 PM - permalink
    joonuge
    hey, so i found a evo but still not 100% convinced on buying it, what would u recommend?

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